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Winter Meeting: Marbled Murrelet Info & Action

Thursday, January 19th
7PM (Doors at 6:30PM)

The Mountaineers Program Center

Meeting Room A
7700 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115

The long-awaited draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Marbled Murrelet Long-term Conservation Strategy has been released! (Full text available here.) In response, Seattle Audubon will present an evening dedicated to information and action for the protection of this species. The program will include time for Q&A with our panel of experts and everything you will need to make your own public comment in support of Marbled Murrelet habitat conservation.

Presenters include:

  • Maria Mudd-Ruth, author of Rare Bird: Pursuing the Mystery of the Marbled Murrelet
  • Kara Whittaker, PhD, Senior Scientist & Policy Analyst at Washington Forest Law Center
  • Mary Bond, Seattle Audubon Conservation Manager

If you cannot make the meeting, but would like to comment in support of Marbled Murrelet habitat conservation, public comments will be accepted in writing and online through March 9, 2017. There will also be a public meeting in Seattle on Thursday, January 12, 6-8pm at the Whitman Middle School Auditorium in Ballard’s Crown Hill neighborhood, or you can join the Webinar on Tuesday, January 24, 2-3pm. Public information meetings will also be held in Sedro Woolley, Port Angeles, and Cathlamet.

For more information and to receive email updates from Seattle Audubon about this project, contact Conservation Manager, Mary Bond at


For more information regarding the Member Meeting, contact Member Services Associate, Leigh Hiura: 


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